January 2014

Friday 04 January 2013

Appy start for graduate company

Chris Carter (Computer Science graduate), Jake Rogers (Games Design graduate), Neil Cooper (Interactive Media and Web graduate) and Adam Talbot (current part-time Computer Science ...

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Friday 04 January 2013

Find a new direction in 2013

A Postgraduate Open Evening will take place on Tuesday, 8 January 2013 in the Harrison Learning Centre (MD Building) at the Wolverhampton City Campus. The open evening is from 5pm ...

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Tuesday 08 January 2013

Budding animators sought for new project

The University of Wolverhampton has joined forces with specialist arts college Thomas Adams School and Wem Town Hall in Shropshire to launch BFI Film Academy West Midlands. The ...

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Tuesday 08 January 2013

University staff to receive national living wage

From 1 January 2013, staff on the lowest pay bands will be paid the national Living Wage rate of £7.45 an hour. The University has worked closely with UNISON on this issue ...

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Friday 25 January 2013

Spring season line-up announced at Wolverhampton’s Arena Theatre

Familiar favourites, cutting-edge new works and stars including comedian Robin Ince and dancer David Toole all feature in the programme, which aims to include something for ...

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Professor Alan Nevill

Thursday 10 January 2013

Referees less influenced by the home crowd, research suggests

‌The radical transformation of training for officials since World War II was identified by experts as the main reason behind the change. The biggest decline in home advantage ...

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Tuesday 15 January 2013

Project to help provide greener homes

The Built Environment Climate Change Innovations (BECCI) is a three year regional project which aims to promote sustainable economic opportunities and growth by working with small ...

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Friday 25 January 2013

Holocaust survivor to present lecture

Frank Diamand was arrested when he was four and sent to the transit camp Westerbork in the Netherlands in 1943, narrowly avoiding being sent to Auschwitz. He was then deported to ...

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Thursday 17 January 2013

70% of women rough sleepers have suffered domestic violence, research finds

Researchers interviewed women who sleep rough in four European countries and found drug and alcohol abuse or dependence was also a more significant problem in the UK. The two-year ...

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Monday 21 January 2013

Business project off to a flying start

The Knowledge Exchange and Enterprise Network (KEEN) gives West Midlands based small to medium sized enterprises (SMEs) the opportunity and resources to increase profitability and ...

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Mobile Phone Apps

Wednesday 16 January 2013

Calling Time On Gang Crime With Phone Apps Course

‌National social business, Catch22, has over 200 years’ worth of experience in providing services to help people in tough situations to turn their lives around, ...

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Monday 28 January 2013

New research centre to be launched

The Centre for Research and Development in Lifelong Education (CRADLE) will be part of the University’s School for Education Futures. It is one of 10 new projects to ...

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